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Threadlifting is a milder form of a “Surgical Facelift”, giving results which lasts for 2-3 years. Real candidates for Thread Lifting are people who want to correct their wrinkles, desire some lifting of the face, but are not in a stage of aging where a “Surgical Face Lift” would be justified. Typically, people in their mid-thirties to mid-forties are ideal candidates for this procedure.
The function of threads in this procedure is not to hold the tissue lifted, but rather, stimulate natural body mechanisms for building up a richer network of collagen fibers and let the body itself take over the role of lifting. That’s why the majority of threads used in these procedures get dissolved with time, until they ultimately disappear fully, leaving behind newly built collagen fibers, which now hold the tissues “lifted” and reduce the wrinkling and sagginess of the face.
WHAT ARE THE TYPES OF THREADS USED?
Threads can be short-lasting and long-lasting. Additionally, they can be barbed or with cones. As for the technique of thread application, it depends on the type of threads, the doctor’s training and patient’s individual case. Areas most commonly treated with a Threadlift are: eyebrows, cheeks, jowls and the neck area. They can also be used to give youthful tone to areas on the body such as the breasts, buttocks and upper arms.
HOW MUCH DOES A THREAD LIFT COST?
The cost of a Thread Lift is significantly lower than any similar surgical procedure. Of course, there is a difference in the intensity of lift between surgical procedures and the Threadlift, but in patients that are good candidates for it, this procedure successfully replaces surgery. Even the cost of threads varies from Korean brands to USA manufactured brands, and the choice is left to the patient. Each thread type has different quality and all the options will be given to you – enabling you to make the best decision for you.
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